|The Big Lift||Actor||Danny MacCullough||7|
|The Search||Actor||Ralph Stevenson||7|
|The Heiress||Actor||Morris Townsend||7|
|I Confess||1953||Actor||Father Michael Logan||19537|
|Wild River||1960||Actor||Chuck Glover||19607|
|The Defector||1966||Actor||Professor James Bower||19667|
|A Place in the Sun||1950||Actor||George Eastman||19507|
|Raintree County||1957||Actor||John Wickliff Shawnessy||19577|
|Indiscretion of an American Wife||1954||Actor||Giovanni Doria||19547|
|The Young Lions||1958||Actor||Noah Ackerman||19587|
|From Here to Eternity||1953||Actor||Robert E Lee "Prew" Prewitt||19537|
|Red River||1948||Actor||Matthew Garth||19487|
|George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey||1985||Actor||(archival footage)||19857|
|Suddenly, Last Summer||1959||Actor||Dr Cukrowicz||19597|
|The Misfits||1961||Actor||Perce Howland||19617|
|Made acting debut in amateur production of "As Husbands Go" in Sarasota, Florida at age 12|
|Returned to Broadway in "The Seagull"|
|Professional debut in small role in Stockbridge, Massachusetts stock production of "Fly Away Home"; made Broadway debut when play transferred (1935)|
|Made first film, "Red River"|
|Worked as model with John Robert Powers agency; modeled Arrow Shirts|
|Played young prince in Cole Porter Broadway musical, "Jubilee"|
|Refused MGM offer to co-star in "Mrs. Miniver" because he wouldn't sign 7-year contract|
|First released film, "The Search"; earned Best Actor Academy Award nomination|
|Wrapped car around a pole after a party at Elizabeth Taylor's house in the middle of shooting "Raintree County" on May 13; undergoes extensive reconstructive facial surgery|
|William Clift||Father||died in 1964; sold stocks and bonds for bank, then became bank vice president|
|Ethel Clift||Mother||born on September 29, 1888; died in 1988 just a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday|
|William Clift||Brother||born in 1919; deceased; formerly married to journalist Eleanor Clift|
|Jack Larson||Companion||had relationship c. 1957|
|Ethel McGinnis||Sister||fraternal twin of Clift's; born first|
|"I am neither a young rebel nor an old rebel, nor a tired rebel but quite simply an actor who tries to do his job with the maximum of conviction and sincerity." --Montgomery Clift|
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